Harold R. Kingston on appointment to Deanship of Arts and Science, University of Western Ontario. July 1, 1947.
H.R. Kingston at the observatory, probably in October 1940.
Boyd Brydon's Oak Bay Observatory, located at 2390 Oak Bay Avenue, Victoria, BC. This observatory was later moved to the grounds belonging to Mr. & Mrs. Peters of the Victoria Centre.
A.F. Miller's 4-inch refractor (manufactured by Wray & Co., London) in Boyd Brydon's observatory.
The Swift Canadian Co. factory where Bert Topham worked. Photo courtesy of Lynn Kirk.
Bert Topham looking through his nautical sextant, circa 1940. Photo courtesy of Lynn Kirk.
Bert's sextant was generously donated to the Society by Lynn Kirk in 2013.
Bert Topham with his 6" refractor in Castlefield Observatory, circa 1940. Photo courtesy of Lynn Kirk.
Bert Topham working on a mirror, circa 1940. Photo courtesy of Lynn Kirk.
Bert Topham at his telescope, circa 1940. Photo courtesy of Lynn Kirk.
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